Tiruppavai recital

Tiruppavai recital


Tiruppavai belongs to the Pavai genre of songs, a unique Tamil tradition sung in the context of the Pavai vow observed throughout the month of Margazhi. Sri Vaishnavas sing these stanzas every day of the year in the temple as well as in their homes. This practice assumes special significance during Margazhi: each day of this month gets its name from one of the thirty verses.Sri ANDAL is the Quintescence incarnation of Sri BHUMI DEVI the Divine Consort of SRIMAN NARAYANA,who took birth on this earth to liberate suffering human beings from worldly bondage.She sang thirty sweet songs containing the cardinal principles ofSriVaishnava Dharma during the month of MARGAZHI. Elders in the family pass on the tradition of Tiruppavai to young children by recitation and rote practice. However with changing times and busy life style, elders are not able to devote that time to pass on the tradition of Tiruppavai on to young children. In this application 30 pasurams can be accessed individually for learning and practice. All the pasurams are given with sing-along English lyrics for the audience to practice. Complete recital of all 30 pasurams is also provided for elders to listen and experience divine anugraham of Aandal matha. Sri Aandal Tiruvadigale Saranam.

Loading all 30 pasurams will take a while please be patient and give it while for the app to fully load and enjoy the pasurams.

Recent changes:
Attractive graphics depicting the meaning of each pasrurams displayed with English sing along lyrics.The whole new experience with swiping gestures with butter smooth graphics. Swipe to left or right to navigate between pasurams and up or down to open and close the screens.
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About Tiruppavai recital
Tiruppavai belongs to the Pavai genre of songs, a unique Tamil tradition sung in the context of the Pavai vow observed throughout the month of Margazhi. Sri Vaishnavas sing these stanzas every day of the year in the temple as well as in their homes. This practice assumes special significance during Margazhi: each day of this month gets its name from one of the thirty verses.Sri ANDAL is the Quintescence incarnation of Sri BHUMI DEVI the Divine Consort of SRIMAN NARAYANA,who took birth on this earth to liberate suffering human beings from worldly bondage.She sang thirty sweet songs containing the cardinal principles ofSriVaishnava Dharma during the month of MARGAZHI. Elders in the family pass on the tradition of Tiruppavai to young children by recitation and rote practice. However with changing times and busy life style, elders are not able to devote that time to pass on the tradition of Tiruppavai on to young children. In this application 30 pasurams can be accessed individually for learning and practice. All the pasurams are given with sing-along English lyrics for the audience to practice. Complete recital of all 30 pasurams is also provided for elders to listen and experience divine anugraham of Aandal matha. Sri Aandal Tiruvadigale Saranam.

Loading all 30 pasurams will take a while please be patient and give it while for the app to fully load and enjoy the pasurams.

Recent changes:
Attractive graphics depicting the meaning of each pasrurams displayed with English sing along lyrics.The whole new experience with swiping gestures with butter smooth graphics. Swipe to left or right to navigate between pasurams and up or down to open and close the screens.
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A Google User
Jun 10, 2014
Very good... Very nice one.. Giving pasurams in Tamil will be awesome.
A Google User
Dec 16, 2013
awesome good app.
A Google User
Dec 16, 2013
Superb.... Works like a charm and really useful...
A Google User
Nov 29, 2013
Super Very useful in Dhanurmaasam
A Google User
Dec 23, 2012
Good work, really appreciate Good useful